From The Cancer Chronicles #24-#25
© Dec. 1994 by Ralph W. Moss, Ph.D.

The following is an interview with a person who took part in a research protocol at Naessens's laboratory. This person has asked for anonymity because of the pall that the FDA has cast over the legality of 714X in the United States.

Q. What was wrong with you when you went to Naessens?

A. Nothing that I knew about. In fact, I thought I was quite healthy. I generally exercised and took a lot of supplements. But when I looked at my blood under NaessensÆs microscope, I had the shock of a lifetime.

Q. What shocked you so?

A. Something wild. I should explain that my companions in the study all tested out fine. They had nice clean blood. But I had multiple problems. For example, my white blood cells (e.g., granulocytes) were immobilized, completely asleep!

Q. Were there any other problems?

A. There was a fungus in my blood. Perhaps this was paralyzing my immune system. There were very few platelets and the fibrin only appeared after almost half an hour, instead of about five minutes in my companions.

Q. How about your red blood cells?

A. Many of my red blood cells were shriveled up like crab apples. Crenelated. I understand that this is a sign of oxygen starvation. A great many of my red cells had also been ÆparasitizedÆ by somatids, four or five visibly ÆnestingÆ in each cell. Less than half my red blood cells looked like they were in any shape to carry oxygen. I was running on one cylinder, and was in fact often tired and out of breath.

But the scariest thing of all was that my somatids had clearly entered upon the famous 16-stage macro-cycle. I had plenty of stages 7 and 13 present.

Q. So what did you do?

A. I just couldnÆt believe it! But I stepped up my exercise and vitamins, thinking that that would certainly do the trick. And when I went back, the red blood cells were in fact rounder and plumper, and fewer were infested with somatids. But overall I was disappointed, because my white blood cells were still mostly immobile (just a little bit of activity). The outbreak of the somatid cycle was the same. And I still had the fungal infection.

Q. What did you decide to do?

I decided to proceed with 714X injections. Naessens never prompted me to do this: he is a research scientist, not a physician. But I couldn't deny the evidence of my senses. In other words, seeing is believing! So I learned how to give myself injections of 714X right into the lymph area above the groin.

Q. Sounds like fun!

A. Yes, really! I had my problems. First, there are a lot of things to remember. How to manipulate the needle, which I'd never done before. And then the alcohol, ice pack, cotton swabs, etc. The hardest part is finding the right spot to inject. Plus, the camphor in the product can sting quite a bit going in, especially if you don't hit the right area, or if for any reason the area is not sufficiently cooled. There can be real discomfort.

Q. Did you feel any physiological effects when you took it?

A. Definitely. By the fifth day, when I got up to the full dose, I felt something, welläflowing. It was a sensation that started in my right leg, then day by day moved over to my left leg, then to my arms and then the rest of my body. Perhaps this was my gelatinous lymph becoming liquid again. There were also big shifts in my mental outlook. I felt more optimistic and positive minded. I took care of some inter-personal problems that had lingered on.

Q. Any other side effects?

A. Nothing major, for certain. But occasionally I got muscle twitching and some deep bone pain, as if I had a healing wound. I felt as though my body were repairing different things, including its exhausted bone marrow. Some days, I really had to nap after I took the injection, as if my body required more time to relax, to recuperate, and to restore homeostasis.

Q. What about diet, exercise, supplements?

A. For the 21 days of the injections, as requested, I stopped taking supplements of vitamin B12 and vitamin E. I also decided to stop all heavy-duty exerciseãI just did walking. As much as possible, I avoided beef, pork, fried foods, white flour, white sugar, coffee, tea, cola, or any other stimulants. I tried to eat organically raised chicken, ocean fish, fresh foods and vegetables in large quantities, without becoming fanatical about it.

Q. So what is your current status?

A. After 21 days of injections, I returned to Rock Forest to have my blood looked at. What I saw was simply incredible. Everything that had been abnormal in my blood was now gone! My blood looked completely clean. My red blood cells, even without exercise, were round and had no 'nests' of 'parasitic' somatids in them. The white blood cells were really active.

It was certainly a marvelous sight to see! The fibrin appeared after about four minutes of observation, which is normal. And above all there was a profusion of healthy somatids dancing in the background. It was obvious that the picture had completely changed since the previous examination. Now my blood was as perfectly normal as I had thought it would be at the beginning of this whole adventure.

Q. How do you feel after having gone through this experience?

A. You can hardly imagine. I was highly impressed by what the microscope revealed; the 714X had cleared up everything.

I feel like I have been given a new lease on life because of that product. I hope that the privilege I had, of joining in a research project at Naessens's laboratory, will soon be made available to the general public in Canada and America. To me, this is really preventive medicine at its best, and it is a crime to keep it from people who could use it.

Ralph W. Moss, Ph.D. is director of the The Moss Reports for cancer patients. Dr. Moss is the author of eleven books and three documentaries on cancer-related topics. He is or has been an advisor on alternative cancer treatments to the National Institutes of Health, the National Cancer Institute, the American Urological Association, Columbia University, the University of Texas, the Susan G. Komen Foundation and the German Society of Oncology. He wrote the first article on alternative medicine for the Encyclopedia Britannica yearbook. He is listed in Marquis Who's Who in America, Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in the East, and Who's Who in Entertainment (as a film documentarian). This Web site does not advocate any particular treatment for cancer. We urge you to always seek competent medical advice for all health problems, especially cancer. Before consulting our site please read our full Disclaimer statement.

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